We had a good time at this Thousand Trails preserve. The staff and campers were friendly. On Saturday morning we drove to seaport village and had a nice lunch at Pier Cafe. The campground is great for early morning or early evening walking (level walking areas). Dutch Oven cooking is welcome so we cooked a pumpkin cake. The electricity went out for a few hours on Saturday afternoon. Its wasn't too hot outside so we sat outside enjoying the birds. There are many campsites for our 33' rig. The streets are good for us to move around in and we found a level site with trees behind us for good birding. We will be back to this park.
If driving North on 79 beware of the sharp turn leading into the park. The campground is divided up into two sections, Area A and Area B. Area A has the pool, clubhouse, no sewer, store nearby. Area B has the mini golf, horse area & laundry area nearby. The camp has very few 50 amp campsites and those were filled. The roads in the park are narrow so moving our 33 ft motorhome around wasn't easy. We finally found a nice spot with 30 amp power near the pool. I was surprised how level the dirt pad was. I saw several pads that would be nice for a Class B or a tent. If understaffed the activities are canceled. I was looking forward to a staff lead nature walk but there wasn't enough staff to lead the walk. I was given a map and lots of friendly help finding a trail. The trail was not marked well and filled with red fire ants but had some good views of the area. The staff is friendly and accessible to the campers. Would I come back here? Its tough for me to be without Wi-Fi and my cell phone. The rural atmosphere and friendly staff make it very tempting to come back here. Yes, I would come back here.
This is a membership park for Thousand Trails; the nightly rate is for members. If you enjoy bird watching the park is filled with birds. We added two new birds to our life list. The amenities we liked are a cafe, store, nature walking areas, staff lead activities. There are a few 50 amp places but some are difficult to get into. We have a 33 ft motorhome. If you have 30 amps there are several private places to camp. Just keep driving up the hill towards the pool area. The road to the preserve is a steep mountain road. We got up it and are glad we camped at the preserve. The staff and campers were friendly. We enjoyed our time here and are coming back.
It’s a quiet park with pool, jacuzzi, beautiful lakes, tennis courts, golf, clubhouse, animal friendly, exercise places, birds and friendly RVers. Also, one camper walked his cat. :) I got a great feeling here. There are places to rent & places to buy at this resort. 5th wheel & Class A only. Restrictions on the age of RV is the 10 year rule and length of RV is 30 feet or over. These rules are enforced. If you’re visiting the area, renting a spot can be done on the web site at the top of the page. There is a guard at the gate letting people in. Monthly rent is around $700 or $495 plus electric. I would love to buy or rent here one day. I added one bird to my life list in a few minutes of being there. Many sites have outdoor BBQs, outdoor kitchens, cabanas, outdoor TVs, tables, all kind of outdoor living amenities. I love it!